Carlisle's Under 18s are just two matches from being crowned the best in England. A semi-final win will take them to the National Cup final.
A breakfast club in Carlisle which helps addicts and recovering addicts could be forced to close because of a cash shortage.
Letters written by a couple during the Second World War have been discovered at a house in Carlisle. They are due to up for auction.
People in Cumbria are being urged to have their say on how Hadrian's Wall should be managed.
Consultation workshops, which start on Monday, are being held in Maryport, Carlisle, Hexham, Newcastle and North Tyneside.
People can also give their opinions online.
A Carlisle man has been sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison for stealing from his grandmother.
23-year-old Michael Tinning, of no fixed address, was sentenced today, Friday 4 April.
Police say the victim had a general mistrust of banks and kept a large amount of money under her mattress, rather than putting it in a bank account.
Detective Constable Chris Hind of Cumbria Police said: "Tinning showed no remorse during his police interview and continued to refuse to admit what he had done when faced with damming evidence of his fingerprints having been found on an envelope left behind.
“The family have placed total trust in the police throughout this investigation. The actions of Tinning have deeply affected a good family.”
The Deputy Leader of the Labour Party has taken to the ice during a visit to Carlisle. Harriet Harman who is Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, visited two venues the Labour run Council says are helping the economic recovery of the city. Watch Hannah McNulty's report
Carlisle Rugby Club's Colts team compete in the semi-final of the National Cup on Sunday.
The players are just two games away from becoming the best under 18 side in the country.
Labour's Deputy Leader Harriet Harman has taken to the ice at the new Ice Skating Rink at Bitts Park.
The Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport has also visited the Old Fire Station before work begins on a new £1 million art venue.
Labour's Deputy Leader Harriet Harman has arrived in Carlisle.
She is also the Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport.
Her trip will see her visit the Old Fire Station and the new Ice Skating Rink at Bitts Park.
Labour's Deputy Leader and Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, Harriet Harman is visiting Carlisle.
She's been invited by prospective parliamentary candidate Lee Sherriff.
The pair will visit the Old Fire Station before work begins on a new £1 million art venue, then look at the new Ice Skating Rink at Bitts Park.
The founder of Cumbria Gateway has told ITV Border that they are the only service in Carlisle offering aftercare to ex-offenders.
The service runs a breakfast club which helps addicts and recovering addicts but it's at risk of closing because of a cash shortage.
She spoke with Claire Montgomery earlier today: